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groovy2
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Hi All

I B Feeling Fantistacil Now --

I dont want to Jinx myself but my LONG
Nigthmare --May --be over --AAAAhhh

For those of you that dont know my story
I will fill you in--

About 20 years ago I saw a picture Perfect
Bullseye Rash on the back of my leg-

Quickly I got Very sick and went to over 15 Ductors and they had No Clue what was
wrong with me -
(18 years of wasted time- pain and money)

Finally about 4 years ago I saw a TV program
about Lyme --Finally I knew what was wrong with me-

I was so sick then that I figure I had about 3
months before I would be dead --

I was Lucky enough to have a LLMD that lives in Austin where I live--

She DX me with Lyme and Babs --
Babs is BY FAR the Hardest to treat --

After doing all the regular Babs treatments I still could not get rid of the Babs bugs--

So I talked my LLMD into letting me try the
WHO treatment for Malaria--
(a close relative to Babs )

Google-- WHO Malaria Chloroquine Primaquine --

Let me warn you that the Herx from this treatment was WORSE than I can describe --

I thought I was going to drop dead any second
for about 5 Solid days --

To give you some idea how bad the herx is
the WHO --PAYS money to Malaria patients
once the have completed the treatment --
Just to get them to do the treated -

To be honest with you if I watched someone go
threw what I went threw --
I dont think Any amount
of money would make me go threw it--

But after doing it I Have to say going threw
the treatment and Herx was Worth Every Second
of the pain I went threw --

I have been Symptom Free for over 6 months
and am getting my life back --

My LLMD is now using this treatment on her Babs
patients that the other Babs treatments have
failed on -- So Far with Great success --

My LLMD told me that these other patients did Not
have as bad of herx reaction as I did -
-- Lucky Me --

My LLMD told me that she is now
calling this treatment the-- JAY -- LOL

Now before everyone runs out to do the Jay treatment--
Let me tell that I Dont think this should be used as your First babs treatment --

I think you have to get your Bug count down somewhat before doing this treatment because
if the herx is much worse than I had --
You might end up pushing up Daisy's --

Anyway I think this treatment- Could - be the
Silver Bullet for Babs --

I have not been on LN much lately because
I am getting my life back and trying get back some of the 20 years that I lost of my life --

I am also starting a Bicycle building company
called -- Lucky You Bikes -

Always Remember--
That you CAN Get Well Again--I Have--Jay--

PS
Watch this video below on
-- Hicks in the Sticks with Ticks --

Also rate the video and add comments --Thanks-

Hick Flick -click here

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Vermont_Lymie
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Thanks Jay, congratulation! I agree, babs treatment can be worse than lyme.
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Pinelady
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Great to know you got something to work for you. I tend to think it would work on Lyme. Glad to know they have made it better.

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Suspected Lyme 07 Test neg One band migrating in IgG region
unable to identify.Igenex Jan.09IFA titer 1:40 IND
IgM neg pos
31 +++ 34 IND 39 IND 41 IND 83-93 +
DX:Neuroborreliosis

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timaca
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Congrats on your new found health!
Best wishes for a successful bike company!

Timaca

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gemofnj
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jay,

wow.. that is wonderful to hear that you have recovered and you have your life back along with new adventures too!

its great when you update which certainly gives people hope that it could happen for them as well.

cheers!

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feelfit
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Jay,

You always brighten my day with your excellent attitude. So glad that you are feelin 'doubley fantastical'....and mostly that you are enjoying life again!

Good luck with the bikes,
Feelfit

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AZURE WISH
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Congrats Jay!

both on getting well enough to get your life back and the new bike company! [Smile]

Wishing you continued healing and health.

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